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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
GIRL IS ACCUSED
OF HOTEL FIRE IN
St. Louis Police Say She Con
fessed Starting Blaze for
"love of Excitement."
HERR VAN MARWYK KOOY'S
HERE TO STUDY OUR BEER.
ST. LOT'tfl, Mo., Nov. D.-HarhBra
Olailys, an elvhteen-yenr-ol'l nursr irlrl,
waa arrested to-day ami rharieil with
Jiavlna; set Are lam Friday nlKht to the
Berlin Hotel, In which three person
loat their Uvea. According- to the police,
eh! confessed that she atarted the fire
for the "love of excitement.''
Her arrest followed the discovery of
Are In the Wlndemi-re Hotel early-to-day.
Her employer, Rev. W. J. Wll
llamaon. hail moved hla family and the
eTlrl to the Wlndemere after the llerlln
Hotel waa destroyed.
The girl Mid, itcionllnx to the police,
that eihe fifed the Berlin by scattering
paper throue;!i the hai: of tlie aecond
and third floors ami Igniting thorn.
YOUNG BULL MOOSERS
BURN UP A TAFT WAGON.
Police and Fire Departments Called
Out After Impromptu Juvenile
One dilapidated tvKnn worth a'
much aa W. bearing a blat llthograp.i
banner of President Taft, waa destroyed
by Arc by youthful Bull Mooters la
former Sheriff Tom Foley's Tammany
Assembly IXstrlet this morning.
The wagon, about which the "one
l.oee shay" tale might e tally have be-n
written, had been left all night In
tlreenwioh street without an accom
panying equine. Shortly before- noon
to-day a bunch of Mulberry Bend
youngsters stole the wagon and, headel
by even amailer boy'-, who bore Itiiose
v alt bannera jloft, drained it down
1'ranklln street to the Mulberry Park
There the kids halted and nride stump
speeohes from the tailboard of the rnrt
The Bull Moose rally ended when a few
of the kids started a bonfire under tue
The M show was ion In flames, .ind
a policeman, who couldn't disperse the
t rowd to get to the fire, sent In !wo
alarms, which brought out one deputy
hlef ar.d eleven pieces of fire appa
ratus, Including a lii-foot-h!rh water
tower, two motor engines, hook and
ladder companies and lire patrols.
Then the excited pollcMman sent In a
hurry cull to the Ellr.ibeth street sta
tion and Police Captain Tlerney hur
ried, up with the entire reserves, whose
preseti."- was made tie -easacv by the
more than 5,000 persons who wore at
tracted by the siren shrieks of the
He Wants to Learn for His Amster
dam Dad How We Make It So
Good and So Cheap.
His name li Marlnus van Marwyk
Kooy and he la the twenty-four-year-oid
eon of the biggest (everyway) brew
er In Amsterdam Consequently he
should have known better. Yet he came
down the gangplank of the Noordam of
the Holland-American line to-day and
spoke thusly: "1 am here for a year to
study American beer. American meth
ods arc the envy of Europe."
"Do xu mean American beer Is better
than yours?" demanded the doubtful
ship news men, and they hung breath
less on the reply.
"Well er you make It with more
economy," answered Marlnus van Mar
Then he toOd how the aurprlslng profits
of American brewers attracted the Dusl
ncss ideas of his father, who wanted to
know exactly how It was done. In other
i words, young Kooy Is coming here to
! learn how to muke Pilsner beer and
aqua pura join more readily.
He Is going to stay tho whole year In
Milwaukee. From the Vanderbllt Hotel
' he will sally forth for a few days to
j look our New York Joy Institutions over
and learn of their way of economy
Then It will be to the glorious West to
I study what made Milwaukee fanioua.
On the same steamer came two Dutch
army officers with four famous Jumpers
for the Horse Show. They are Lieut
Ch. I.uhnuchere and Capt. van Celllcum
of the Royal Dutch Army, and known
throughout Europe for their daring,
skilful tiding. They expect to show our
army officers a few things about man
aging a horse.
The 1 son! It. unit.
(From UM Pittsburgh I'o.t.l
"Jack and I have parted forever."
"Hood gracious! What does that
"Means I'll get a five-pound box of
candy In about an hour."
Ease That Lame Back
You get quickest relief from Back
ache, Sore Joints or Mvsdss, Rheumatic
Pains, etc.. by using MU8TBROLE.
the clean, white ointment made with oil
Pnritirrly dnm not bli.itrr. Instead,
it leaves a delirious, comforting effect.
Simply ml) MUSTEROLE on. and the
puin is gone!
Thousands know MISTF.ROI.K i
also thr MM4m for Bronchitis, t roup.
Asthma. Pleurisy, I.umliago, Neuralgia.
Sprains, llruises. Stiff Neck, Headache
and Colds of the t'hest (it prevents
At your druggist's in 43c and 50c jars
and a uprcinl laryf hotpitul ii'ir for $2.30.
Accept no substitute. If your druggist
cannot supply you, send Mi- or flue to the
Musterole Company, Cleveland, Ohio,
and we will mnil von a jar. postage
"Musterole Is the greatest tlilnx vet for
I l lame ! k It has h.-lned toe mure than
titivthlntr I've ever used." J. K. WWMT,
fHt-in-ba Island. hli. I 801
HE GOT A NEW NOSE
FROM HIS FOREHEAD.
Lost His Nasal Appendage in Fight,
but Surgeons. Fix Him Up by
TOLEDO. O.. Nov. :.. Jiixoph Jen
n'.nffa, thlrty-sne years oM, had his nose
Meed off Monday night when he got
Into a quarrel wlt.lt a stranger In a
saloon 'here. The man uralilicil a hoteli
er knife ami struck at him. The sev
ered nose fell to the flee " and afler
tha scuffle could not tie found.
Jennings was talon to a hospital
where enough Meaii ami skin was cut
tram his forehead to make a new nose.
The assailant of Jennings escaped.
Johnson tiers Home To-Morrnw.
(Jov. Johnson of California, Progres
sive nominee for Vice-President, will
tart for California to-morrow. The Gov
ernor went to Oyster Bay tids afternoon
to via Col. Roosevelt. To night he will
return to New York rind racalvs the
election returns at Progressive National
Can quickly be overcome by
act lively sad
oently oa the
ecu. and Indifssooa. They do their doty.
Sasall PUT. feaaJl Dese. SssaH Price.
(enuine manb-j Signature
m a( iriTLfKi
irr ara i nu
iTHI LARGEST MAKER OF MSN'S ,
t V3 .110 I SHOES IN THE WORLD
Look In W.Ii.IouirlHs store
wlmlors ami liiKpoet tlir vi'tV
latest fashion : also the fonerva
ftive Mtyleti, which have made W. L.
iDoiiirlns .hoes a hoiiaeliold word
'everywhere. Shoeu In all leathers, all
ar.vlea uml shansi. I,, wulr. men in till
walks of life. If you could ylsit W. L.
DouirlaM lnrire factories at Brockton, Main.,
and see for yournulf how carefully W. L.
. DouirlaN shoes are made, you would then un-
derstantl why they are warranted to tit hettcr, I
look hettcr. Hold their shape and wear
longer than any other make for the price.
THF. BEST f '.ra AMI tl.BO
BOYS' SMOtS lit JUL WOULD
MAI ITIOM Sieelhat w . I.. Ii.o.l.. saeiri
wnw u l wis . i :.. a oa in uuitva.
TAtte NO SUi. TITUTB.
klf W.L.rwus ihoesnp. rel fer swe In yur vicinity.
write lor BBiaieif, " ..o, it 'Kion, jism.
v W.L.DOUGLAS STORES,
m GREATER NEW YORK
Ilroatl iray, corner 81 h Rtreet.
Ill hi.Iwit, rnr. ltth St. (I nlon Hq.l
HroadWMy, cornnr SAtli Klreet.
Ilroadway iTlices Squui r .
'i h lid Avenue.
Third Avenue, earner 10 :h Klreet.
Third Ave., bet. Uoih l7ili nts.
A3I Fulton lltreet, eorner Pearl Street.
708-; It) Hi-OHduay, earner Thornton St.
IHS7 Itrondwnr, corner riates Avenue.
78 Fifth Avenue, corner I lib street.
ItTf 1 it ..in Avenue.
JKltHKY CITY-S4 Newark Avenue.
NEWARK S.1I llrnad Street.
I'A TKRMON- 109 Market St.,eor. Clark
V1LK TWM -m . etale at., ear. aUea
are showing unusually large assortments of Women's
House Gowns and Kimonos
including many exclusive Paris Models, also distinctive
styles from their own workrooms, and direct particular
attention to an entirely new style
At Home Dinner Gown.
For To-morrow, Special Values In
Imported House Gowns,
of Albatross, with hand embroidered collar and cuffs, 5.75, 8.50
Actual Values $8.75 and 11.50
of Flannel, in empire and straight models,
Actual Value J 10.50
of Zenana Cloth, lined with Albatross,
hand embroidered collars, reveres and cuffs,
Actual Value $29.50
of Crepe de Chine, Satin and China Silk,
in plain and accordion pleated styles, at 9.50, 13.50
Japanese Quilted Silk Robes,
in all desirable color combinations,
with the new shawl collar, at 6.75 Embroidered, at 8.95
To-morrow, an Important Sale of
Lyons BJack Chiffon Velvet
All Silk, 42 inches wide,
Sold regularly at $5.00 Yard,
Plain and Novelty English Corduroys,
in the leading Autumn colors
and suiting effects, Value $1.50 Yard, at
23 inches wide, in staple
colors and black, Value Si. 25 Yard, at
Radical Reductions in Prices for Wednesday
in this season's Importations of high class
Dress Trimmings t
comprising Bandings and Appliques in black, white, Persian
colorings, gold, silver and solid colors, also effective
Chiffon and Satin Floral Trimmings, Gold, Silver,
Rhinestone and light colored Bead Fringes.
At Prices Ranging from 45c to J9.75 Yard
Formerly from 75c to J112.75 Yard
Also a large assortment of
Garnitures in Waist and Tunic Effects,
in colors and black, from 75c to 39.75
Fancy Needlework Dep't
Inspection is invited of their large and choice collection of
including Handkerchief Bags, Glove, Card and Gown Cases,
Tea Cosies, Napkin and Hat Pin Holders, Dresser
Scarfs, Pillows and Slips, Pin Cushions in Various
shapes and sizes.
Tapestry Boxes, Frames and Baskets, Novelties in Silk
Sachets, Work Bags and Sewing Sets, also the following
Unusual Offerings for To-morrow
Gold Festooned Desk Sets,
consisting of Blotter Pad, Ink Stand, Letter Rack, cs yv
Pen Tray, Pen Brush and Roll Blotter, at "UU
Actual Value $8.50
Gold Wicker Fruit Baskets, festooned with roses, at 1.45
Large Velour Pillows, in very desirable colors, at 2.00
THIRD FLOOR NEW BUILDING
West 23d and 22d Streets
Call and Make Your Own Terms
Oar Terms Apply la New Vark, New Jereer, Leas Island. Connerilrot.
Best Credit System One Low Price- Cash or Credit
i Rooms ttjftjffl
for $1.00 Weekly
Mm.ive Mahogany J-Pieco Library or Parlor Suite, UphoUlere I in
Imperial Leatheri Value 15O1 at
ALL GOODS MARKED
IN PLAIN FIGURES
69 '8 W 109 8
75I..7M Nth A 10 Tni. Ath Ct Qpen Sturdy Eve-
is v iuu uiu (in,)) VVI llllll ijl.
nlnflk Until 10 p. M.
IT MAKES LITTLE DIFFERENCE WHAT YOl ' NEFD
A WORLD "WANT" WILL GO GET IT.
"All Cars Transfer to Bloomingdales' "
QNE element in the high cost of living in Manhattan hai been
y reduced by the restoration of streetcar transfers on 59th
Street and connecting lines.
now issued to 59th
Third avenue Broad wav-Seventh a v.
The Bloomi ngdale Store participated in the cam
paign against the injustice involved in the abolition of
transfers from the first skirmish to the last battle. It
congratulates the public on the final victory and extends
It is now possible to travel between any two points on
Manhattan for a 5c fare, so that all cars transfer to Bloom-
and Bloomingdales' by the following l'nes:
Broadway -Columbus Seventh avenue
B'way-Amsterdam av. Eighth avenue
Sixth avenue and Tenth avenue
thanks to the Public Service Commission, Legislature,
particularly the local representatives, for their
earnest and successful work and co-operation in this Store's
fight in the public interest.
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
BsSsSsSsW r .Vttf"- MtBW aSBBBsi
Lexington to 3d Ave.
59th to 60th Street
Men's Silk Ball
Body of heavy pure
ilk, with linen soles and
high spliced heels and
Colors and black, ataes
o", to 11 1,.
Men, Only 4 More Days oi
Our Merchant Tailoring Sale
The Bloomingdale Merchant Tailoring Sale has been a grow
ing success for twenty years. Thousands of New York's most
discriminating men each season take advantage of this great event.
They know that we present the best merchant tailoring value
in New York.
We Will Make to Your
Measure a Suit Overcoat
Topcoal 4 k OA
1VII JIF wa
may lrt lh mtrl
you want rrom .i.niM rot-
. t ton of lUO fUBhloniMo. hlaTtl
UTiiii.- f,i4irlcii. Thoy ln-luU th
lhy htm t.tonttcal with th
ofrrtd tiy nrluslvs ttillor f
ISO and S.IO.
Yoti ran aHrrt t h modft you
want for we will mak tho
oloiii in any of thn tinart new
t'li- (Mittlnsj mn tailor n will
r aona by men whoif nn
i, ir nf atnarlanoa 1 kt t, . 1 1
l'laao tham aa axparta. Thtr
a orK lit" v 'i tnnuaiiiiila
nirn, and will do tha aam f
lHn"t mlaa t til ofiprrtunlty to
nuvs your inif-r not nm mad
DAYS OF THE SALE
m l ili j aw iliaaaOai Mm I
Tlaasai) Oil. Wieasaae, Nee.
May MWil TWWay Ne. 7
Ball pi Kah Nee. I
,Miali fm I SaksTdty Nee.
Here Are Splendid New
Chinchilla Coats at
This is an excellent opportunity
for women and misses to get a
great bargain in good coats.
These very good looking coats are worth
up to $12.50. They are made of durable
chinchillas, mixtures and novelty cloths. Full
length, box-fitting model. Some are in the
new belted-back effects. You may have
them in gray, navy, brown, and all sixes for
women and misses.
5H Cloth Sails and SUk aid
SUITS comprise serges, cheviots and other
splendid materials. Made up in the very lat
est and most handsome styles. Pretty skirt
effects. Black and navy. Sixes for women
DRESSES comprise silks, serges, cordu
roys, whipcords, worsted, etc. Made up in
exquisite styles. Black, navy, taupe, brown
and other colors. All sizes for women and
Coats at $12.75
In the very latest styles, including warm
and roomy ulster effects, dressy coats for gen
eral wear in fact, every kind of coat that is
made. All the materials favored this season
chinchillas, rough mixtures and novelty
cloths. All sizes for women and misses.
Dishes at 10c
Blue Onion Design Underglaze,
Regular 12c and 15c Sellers
The assortment includes tea
cups with saucers, 8-inch din
ner plate, 7-inch breaktast
plate, 6-inch tea plate, 5-inch
pie plate, soup plates, meat
dishes, open vegetable
dishes, salad bowls, etc. .
Same pattern bread anr but
ter plates and berry saucers, 4c
ThlKl Floor, BSfa IH. Heutlnti.
Lace Curtains and Portieres
News ol Interest lor Yon
Many other draperies and upholsteries, including some very
handsome screens, marked to go at greatly reduced prices.
Scrim and Marquisette Curtains,
with cluny edging and insertion
very pretty sill curtains, in white
and Arabian, reduced at follow! :
Regular $1.98 $2.75 $3.75 $4.75 $5.95
Special $1.30 II.W $2.49 $3.29 $3.98
Imported Scott It Mndraa Curtains,
a variety of dainty patterns to
choose from and they are oil ex
cellent valuei too (it our special
Regular price, pair, $1.75 $2.75 $3.98
Specinl price, pmr. SI. 19 Sl.BV SJ.69
Kope Portlereal in heavy chenille
rope, with rich overdrape for full
and lingle doors, in olive, red,
empire green, rose and brown.
Regular, pair, $2.59 $3.25 $4.25 $4.98
rlrl, prn VI .71 l. S7."n 83,79
Couch Covers, in negai and heavy
tapestry, the beat real Oriental
and Persian rug effect!, with and
Regular, pair, $2.25 $2.89 $3.95 $4.75
Special, pair. $1.49 $1.98 $2.75 $3.4
Scotch Nottingham, Cable Net,
Madras Weave and Colonial Lace
Curtains, in real lace effects, in
white ivory and Arabian; full length.
Reg. pi. 1.49 2.00 2.75 3.75 4.75 5.00
Sp'l pr. 98c 1.39 1.89 2.S9 3.29 3.71
Portieres In reveraible merccrurd
armure tapeitry, finiihed with
gimp or silk edge, lattice fringe am',
verdure tapestry border!; newei'.
Reg. pr. 2.75 3.98 5.00 6.25 8.25 9.50
Fp'l. pr. M0 2.7S 3.50 M V7.K (..S
Screena In 3-fold heuvy mission oak frames with fancy top.filleii
with good quality burlnp, in red and green. Regular $6.50, specif!
One Piece Corduroy
Pretty Colored Pictures at 86c
Colored pictures, in handsome gilt
ovnl frames, each packed in a box.
Choice assortment of good subjects to
choose from at this small price.
Colored Pictures, in newest design gilt and gold
burnished ornamented sweep frames "
each matted with gilt filet v&A.
ai tiatic antique ornamented frames, with
Hand-Colured Etchings, in
burnished corner!, each matted, aixe 1636. Thtoe are very
Religious Pictures, in colors, in handiome gilt and gold
ornamented oval frames, tll the very bcot religioui subjects
in this lot; size of Irame 20x26; special nt
Thlril Klonr. .'.Uth Ht. lli0
TJilid I-Hr r,mh HI
made with Robes
pierre collar and
cuffs, long sleeves
of black satin.
fancy silk braid
front, with amber
buttons and silk
braid loops. In
navy, brown and
black; 13, 15 and
Bed Springs and Mattresses
larly $8.50. at . .
At Special Prices As Follows:
Felt top: 72 steel spirals. Regu
larly $8.50. Very special value.
Roll Edge All Cotton
Mattresses, at . .
'III OOMIM.I, tl.KH-
Made in our own sanitary shop. Reg
Bloomingdales' Groceries, Wines and Liquors
These Very Special Prices will be Good for Wednesday and Thursday Only:
n i.i-n i i v li ( mii , KT .,
: " Malftl lMrtrftnulntd rtar-2ft lbs , ri : l .un
I, hull 2' Ibf Only riMry orlers. None C. O. l.
our . Lung w$m vn Pr
tial ; .l ll(-i(Mis; i" i- run
our imiiui.il-. ' i ripe; eras q
Our I Hi- Whole Tomatoes - Very 1 4r
Haaati ,ftr Isra oaa SSsI
Our irw Maine t orn Verjf II net II Q
per onn 1
mm it OAJfirSO (MKHMi.
Our in. if, V. Nlate I'uro- Q
ICxli I a rue i-sli
tiur I or Slits Pslleloail laraa Q
No. :i sap
llur lilr I rrnrh l"ra IVr .en. . Mr
Kagm aapawssss Bleewaeri Jgr;
Oai. ,Virau Klsewkeri OO-
2 4, . por ( ill sav
Del Monle .rsu -KIM OAr
whtri .Kir; (i-i "'in fcV
Ilrl MoDle Asperaaiis Tips ') r
Hlaewhere Sso; pre imi ... a
Mlsed Vertllle For MSSSi Q
stt'ws, oi. . par "'sn
"ll Mont," hpaoUli Mtjle To- 1 fk
luato iSaure Can, rtr ui.l. . SSJS1
til.ru and Tomatoes Km soups, q
It, . on !C
lie I. mi Verv fill'-; per i ll Itr
alirlmp' -Kxlre fine; p.-r vn .
t'rub Mral ry dellcatsl ine
Balanaa Escelleni; lnr,- nan
Hlpprtrd llrrrlna Best! me
. . .Ir
Our m. Mansanllla OH res on.
Ku'l iiuarl Ji7
All Our tia' Teas i lur Ool,a!,
InslUh Hreaklast, to) Ion, A A
Mlifd Ta Kiln fins, ir IB "tw
Our Or tin ii i on lav I 5 ns. Mills SF
Itorai I'ure; 1-lb. psi kaie t.
null iiiur Sail I Ik, box 4e
l.aumlrr Ntarrh-:i His 1 4r
.ipollo or Hon ml--lr rsks Tr
Imulns; Umi With SSSdlll SSSll,t(tS
Hruurlna M,ap, "Nhlne Uriah!" 0
liu.i: In :,-!- . rills Ittrs.- i'IKI.
Huel Mt in- Heat limn Sur
ilon ; 114 Loses for
Our HAr h l$ f'ttrt i uttr--
Kpr-flii. Mf l
Mttnto Colli- sun tr f!ti", spe
cial, P-r !b
1.. .. I f, ' I'rl.l.. I ......I.. .
Snap sraa sit . S -'C
DC Mwllt's Itorat or Naphtlia (
l.uunilry umi, -l.rtrsi . i.hi-.. J'hC
I Sr Mwlft's I'rlde H aenln! ir
ruvttler -l.rss No I til n , . IOC
lb' Nm Ill's M'hlle Hlhhun 1 lout- Oi
tna Sasii Jilffl kr tJC
Hwilt's Wool Saaa SsibII sli
i sks. i i k D C
, Our "o Mammoth Uueen Olives r
Our IP- l? lorn OSfSS Bolll! IJe
I our lie Sweat Mlssa! HsSIss q
Naa I'oineto i aisup "OalMousi 10c
llomio-Medr NiMHlles- I nususlly Q
fins; iinrlt.i, .7C
Our HlU- muui
Oil- Vary lane
I'rosll H.ve Old, MralaBU irnll .,,
Mail Whiskey Absolutely
tafioa BisBSaSi jj y5
llrr MTllskey -lllen.lr.l; (all!a . .SsMM
1'allferasS Hmndy - v. rv old; gat. , S.TI
laJIforiiia llr.ndy Fln. old; aal.S3.00
Peerless SSS HlllSSl style; gal Sli-IO
While latrrn lila -Dry, asllon .. SS.no
Our S.imi frUale Hteek ti en
Whiskey- ud.rt l.dU
Out SI..-.K I nl.orMI, Rye a1 o
Oar al.lO I ro.ll llye MTllskey QQq
Our snr llrart of tliirUnd e
IMd Maolaad Br 'SsIIIsS l t QQ
Wilson Whiskey-In nou rerillinir en.
Meyer's Imported l.rtrrlde Knrumrl qq
lsr Wtlllla!! In rjusllty; lull qt srrC
Here! Ilomeslle t reuir de Menlhr
or Kumniel I.tinr bonis
?"."'!."" I Ve" rial) Mm
ti, i o L im 1 1 M.rs UiHi)rvv'
Bass & Co.'s
p if i
Preusk Jones's Droera Stool
VI IIIIKMA WINKS. VERT
i'ort Tins rslirornia
Kherry Pine I'slll.irnla.
I'larrf Pins Ctlirirnla.
.Infundrl or Ulrsllua. . .
I 'Hum be or Inaelh a . . .
Our VI Neleeled H. M.
Our !t Nelerted H. M.
Our ai Hrleried M. M.
Our Sa Helis ted M. M.
Our tt Srlr.Trd H. M.
alllurnli Rlrallnx Kxtra fo CA
flllf -1 11 1 1 H . dot, tuns... bHI
.in limits i iiirri I'.tira fine
guHlliy; ilozvii tints
H .ii l and ahlvpsU by Pelst Reins Ih
1 S He la
Merstrlnrr " ' Sp B
J. A. II It I'll CO. " ' W
I Irbrrauimlrh an nsi
I I HI I WINKS.
Anjoy Pn-rrs, Huidceux. Csse,
i m ' 1
that. lo,.,,l;,. Ilarlou
'IO.SI III w INt
Bottled uml shipped ay Wiih Hsuse-
omoo. ,u,-o i.u,-n sn .ir alosei.
aAll Cars Transfer to BLOOMINGDALES', Lai. to ad Ave., MtH to sotto
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